The seven fundamentals of fundamentalism
The fundamental movement was created to stop the growing modernization of the body of Christ, we strive to bring Christianity to it basic roots and faith. By this means fundamentalist hope to present a noise free Christianity to the masses.
The Bible is literally true.
Associated with this tenet is the belief that the Bible is inerrant, that is, without error, free from all contradictions and always interprets itself.
The virgin birth and deity of Christ.
Fundamentalists believe that Jesus was born of the virgin Mary and conceived by the Holy Spirit and that He was and is the Son of God, fully human and fully divine.
The bodily resurrection of Jesus.
On the third day after His crucifixion, Jesus rose from the grave and now sits at the right hand of God the Father.
The substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ on the cross.
Fundamentalism teaches that salvation is obtained only through God’s grace and human faith in Christ’s crucifixion for the sins of mankind.
The authenticity of Jesus.
We believe in the authenticity of Jesus’ miracles as recorded in Scripture and the literal, pre-millennial second coming of Christ to earth.
Keeping the Sabbath.
Fundamentalist believe that the sabbath is the day of the lord and should be honor and remember. But also, a day that work as an emblem that testifies who fundamentalist serve and live for.
The human body is the temple of God.
Fundamentalist believe that all man and woman were created with a void by God for him to filled with his spirit. There for, all men and women are optimally a vessel for God to live thought.
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